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It's not easy to Die Hard, just ask Bruce Willis. He was on set in Budapest for the fifth instalment of the action film franchise, ...
entitled "A Good Day to Die Hard". Willis reprises his role as everyman cop John McClane, who is once again having a bad day whist trying to save his son, played by Australian actor Jay Courtney seen here with German actor Sebastian Koch who plays Komorov.
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It's not easy to Die Hard, just ask Bruce Willis. He was on set in Budapest for the fifth instalment of the action film franchise, entitled "A Good Day to Die Hard". Willis reprises his role as everyman cop John McClane, who is once again having a bad day whist trying to save his son, played by Australian actor Jay Courtney seen here with German actor Sebastian Koch who plays Komorov. Filming has also involved the Hungarian military with a MI-24 helicopter being used to film scenes shot over the capital. Hungary is doubling for Russia over the three months of filming. The film has already suffered a set-back after a fire on-set destroyed part of a structure earlier this month. 20th Century Fox issued a statement saying no one was injured by the flames, which happened during a pyrotechnics stunt. "A Good Day to Die Hard" is set for a global release February 2013. Cindy Martin, Reuters